On March 31st and April 1st, 2017, a packed house of academics and other thought leaders met to discuss papers on robots, ethics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, drones, and much more. Content included a paper by TAP scholar Woodrow Hartzog, and TAP scholars Ryan Calo and Kate Crawford moderated lightening round sessions.
The agenda for this year’s conference included panel discussions on the following papers:
- Karen Levy and Meg Leta Jones, Sporting Chances: Robot Referees and the Automation of Enforcement
- Solon Barocas and Andrew Selbst, Regulating Inscrutable Systems
- Luisa Scarcella and Michaela Georgina Lexer, The effects of artificial intelligence on labor markets – A critical analysis of solution models from a tax law and social security law perspective
- Rebecca Wexler, Life, Liberty, and Trade Secrets: Intellectual Property in the Criminal Justice System
- Kristen Thomasen, Beyond Airspace Safety: Feminist Perspectives on Drone Regulation and Privacy in Public
- Marc Canellas, et al., Framing Human-Automation Regulation: A New Modus Operandi from Cognitive Engineering
- Tracy Pearl, Fast & Furious: The Misregulation of Driverless Cars
- Sophie-Charlotte Fischer, The Role of the Private Sector in the Governance of Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Principal-Agent Perspective
- Michael Guihot, et al., Nudging Robots: Innovative Solutions to Regulating Artificial Intelligence
- William Smart, Cindy Grimm, and Woody Hartzog, An Education Theory of Fault for Autonomous Systems
There were also several lightning rounds that discussed early drafts of several other papers. Full session recordings are posted on the We Robot website.